Fruity, sweet, and delicious. The more umbrellas there are stuck in a drink, the more deceptive its innocence is. Have you ever seen a straight guy order one without a good deal of irony? No, probably not. On the other end of the stick, beer and other non-sweet alcoholic drinks are often marketed toward men, whether it is by objectifying an attractive, scantily clad woman in their commercial, displaying the adventurous exploits of a well-groomed hero , or merely by suggesting that NOT drinking their product will make you into an actual woman. All else is the domain of men. Essentially, the less tasty a drink is, the more manly it is considered to be. Have you ever had a Sex on the Beach?
If you like fruity, easy-to-drink cocktails , Sex on the Beach should be your go-to. There are no fancy techniques or ingredients required. The only real problem with this cocktail is the name. Douchey is the word that keeps coming to mind. How in the world does such a great cocktail get such a bad name, you wonder? According to bartender lore, and the website sexonthebeach. Inspired by a promotion from a peach schnapps company to sell the most of this spirit, he invented a cocktail featuring it. Mental Floss found a recipe for the cocktail in a American Bartenders School book, which predates the above story by five years. And they theorize that the cocktail was probably invented when a bartender combined a Fuzzy Navel with a Cape Codder.
Recipe by: ANG Watch a professional bartender mix a vodka strawberry lemonade. I make this all the time. I love it.
A Sex on the Beach is an alcoholic cocktail containing vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice and cranberry juice. The cocktail is usually consumed during summer months. The drink is built over ice in a highball glass and garnished with an orange slice. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the cocktail. For the song by T-Spoon, see Sex on the Beach song. This article needs additional citations for verification.